Review the Poverty Facts and Stats sheet, sociology homework help

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Review the Poverty Facts and Stats sheet through the following link: http://www.globalissues.org/article/26/poverty-facts-and-stats. Which fact or stat impacted you the most? Use a theory of globalization to explain this impact. Think about the different actors who participate in or are affected by globalization. How does the social or geographical standpoint of these actors affect their experience of globalization? What are your personal experiences with globalization? Are they mostly positive or negative?

Describe Ritzer's McDonaldization thesis in your own words. What other theory or theories can you relate to Ritzer's theory? Why has McDonalds been so successful and popular around the world? What are some of the benefits of spreading McDonaldization to other countries? What are some detriments? What is your personal view of McDonalds? Do you eat there? Have you thought about how your consumption of a McDonalds product possibly has global or political implications? Why or why not? Chapter 10 from Ritzer & Stephnisky Contemporary Sociological Theory and its classical Roots

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george
School: UT Austin

Hi, here is the other paper.

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Impact of Facts and Stats

The Poverty Facts and Stats presented on the site show various factors that affect the
economy and individuals differently. The factor that impacted me the most is poverty. Poverty
does not only affect those in poverty but it also has some impact on financially stable people
across the globe. Based on the theory of globalization, investors from the United States are
taking advantage of low wages in poor countries thereby taking importan...

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